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The FDIC's Money Smart Podcast Network is the portable audio (MP3) version of the Money Smart financial education curriculum. Listeners will meet Darryl and Terry, the program’s hosts, who through their expeditions have interactive conversations on basic financial topics with the characters they More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Curriculum Website
Date: 8/1/2013
This edition of the Money Smart Success Stories newsletter focuses on workplace financial education programs. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Article Website
Tags: owning a business, business
Date: 5/22/2013
This edition of FDIC Consumer News focuses on teaching kids the financial facts of life, the importance of saving, spending wisely and sharing with others. The article offers some suggestions that can help parents, guardians and even grandparents raise responsible money-managers. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Article Website
Date: 3/28/2012
The Publications.USA.Gov website allows users to order from the hundreds of publications in the Catalog on topics such as credit, saving for retirement, investing and more. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher Youth
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012
The Consumer Protection section of the Publications.USA.Gov website offers tips on topics such as buying and leasing cars, protecting against fraud, and shopping from home. It also includes a sample complaint form that consumers can use as a guide for their own letter, fax, or e-mail. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This website provides information that can help you and your family adapt to tough economic times. The features resources include brochures, articles, and links to other pages about money management. More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This brochure explains the differences between federal and private education loans, the various kinds of federal loans offered and the dollar amounts available. Included are details on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)—your starting point for obtaining financial assistance for More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Brochure Website
Date: 3/28/2012
Whether you're enrolling in college for the first time or returning to school after a period of time off, you should explore your needs for student aid. Federal student aid from the U.S. Department of Education is the largest source of aid in America, providing over $150 billion in grants, More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012
This website, which is geared for college students, provides information on financial literacy (education on the management of personal finances) and planning and paying for postsecondary education. Learn about making sound financial decisions regarding the vast array of financial products, More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012
Your credit history is important to a lot of people: mortgage lenders, banks, utility companies, prospective employers, and more. So it's especially important that you understand your credit report, credit score, and the companies that compile that information, credit bureaus. This website provides More information...
Audience: Individual Teacher
Type of Resource: Website
Date: 3/28/2012